Updated: November 07, 2018
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You In Ginza, Tokyo For Fluffy & Beautiful Japanese Omurice


If you want to try the popular Western-influenced Japanese dish, "omurice", you should try this authentic "kissaten", You! Their omurice dishes are beautiful and addictively delicious!

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If you try it once, you won't be able to forget it!

Omurice is a Japanese dish made with a fluffy omelette over some chicken fried rice with ketchup.

This particular omelette is la creme de la creme in terms of this popular Western-influenced Japanese dish. It is beautiful and highly addictive.

This restaurant is a hit with locals and tourists alike!

"Kissa You" is only 3-minutes from Higashi Ginza Station and close to the Kabuki theatre.
Frequented by locals since long ago, it is now gaining popularity with tourists as well!

It has been featured in a number of magazines and TV shows, even foreign media have covered this popular place!

The restaurant has a retro vibe that will transport you to another era. You can sit on the first or second floor, and you will feel relaxed by this nostalgic atmosphere.

They serve 200-300 dishes of omurice every day!!

This dish is the resto's claim to fame, the omurice!
It is 1,100 yen during lunch and 1,300 yen for dinner (it comes with a drink for dinner).

Lunch is from 11:30-15:00; and dinner is from 16:00-20:30.
The resto is particular about the way they make the omelette and that is why it is unbeatably fluffy and delicious!

As soon as you cut through the soft omelette, it comes apart to perfectly cover all the rice.

The omelette is made with 2 eggs and lots of cream to make it super fluffy.

The eggs and cream go perfectly well with the sweetness of the ketchup. It deepens the rich and delicious taste.

How about some take-out?

If you're in a hurry and don't want to wait in the queue, you can get some dishes to go!

You can also get these dishes to go:
-vegetable curry

For 100yen more, you can get the first two dishes in larger sizes.


Once you try the omurice at Kissa You, you will be hooked! The fluffy omelette, the sweetness and texture of the dish will make you want to go again and again! Be sure to check out this resto for yourself!
Lili Wanderlust
I love travelling and discovering new cuisines. Japan has a panoply of local dishes to try. I also love yoga, coffee, reading, and cycling.

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